Student Sent To ISS For Saying “Bless You”

A Dyer County High School student was sent to in-school suspension for telling another student bless you

James Foley

US Says James Foley Video Is Authentic

U.S. intelligence analysts have determined that the video showing the execution of American photojournalist James Foley by


Ebola Death Toll Climbs Amid “Encouraging Signs”

The death toll from Ebola's devastation in West Africa has topped 1,200, even as the World Health Organization said Tuesday it sees some

orange juice

Orange Juice Sales Fallen To Lowest Ever Recorded

Thanks to America’s evolving early-morning tastes, U.S. orange-juice sales have fallen to the lowest level ever recorded.


Peanut, Almond Butter Recalled For Salmonella Risk

A unit of Hain Celestial Group Inc. is recalling some peanut and almond butter because of possible salmonella


Albuquerque Teen Struck By Lightning At Football Practice

Authorities say a teenage boy is hospitalized in critical condition after being struck by lightning during football practice at a New Mexico middle school. Albuquerque TV station KOB reports the teen was hit about 5 p.m. Tuesday at Picacho

motorcycle accident

Video: The Most Unlikely Motorcycle Crash Result Ever

It takes place in Russia, where apparently

Pope Francis

Vatican: 3 Of Pope Francis’ Relatives Die In Car Crash

The Vatican says a road accident in Argentina has killed two young great-nephews of Pope Francis as well as their mother, the wife of the pope's nephew.


Ferguson Remains Volatile, National Guard Called In

As you browse the headlines, Ferguson is obviously still very volatile, and still very much an active, ongoing situation.

Today's cover of The St. Louis Post-Dispatch  cover says it all.

The Morning Media:Unrest in Ferguson and Iraq top stories

  It is Tuesday morning and these are your national and international headlines on the issues of the day. They were provided to Sports Talk Florida from our friends at Politico. “The night’s tense tally: 2 shot, 2 fires,